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I work out in a studio. Every day, regardless where I am, at least two hours. I need it. I cant cease it
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"I work out in a studio. Every day, regardless where I am, at least two hours. I need it. I can't cease it"

- Gabriela Sabatini

About this Quote

Gabriela Sabatini is emphasizing the importance of her everyday exercise routine. She is saying that no matter where she is, she makes certain to commit at least 2 hours of her day to exercise. This suggests that she has a strong commitment to her physical health and well-being. It likewise suggests that she has a strong sense of discipline and self-control, as she is able to adhere to her routine even when she is away from her normal workout studio. Her declaration that she "can't cease it" indicates that her workout regimen is an important part of her life and that she would not be able to work without it. This quote is a testament to the power of dedication and discipline, and how it can assist us to attain our goals.

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Argentina Flag This quote is written / told by Gabriela Sabatini somewhere between May 16, 1970 and today. She was a famous Athlete from Argentina. The author also have 30 other quotes.

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